Hyundai Elantra facelift could see a revised style totally and is expected to add more features. Read to find out!
It was in the year 2012 since Hyundai upped their designing game and launched the all-new fluidic Hyundai Elantra in India. The car packed lots of curves and lines which eventually led to winning loads of awards too. Since then there is no looking back for Hyundai Elantra in the Indian market and the demand have been always in good numbers.
Now forthcoming Hyundai Elantra facelift is expected to be launched around festive season and here are some of the things you should expect from the luxury D-segment sedan.
Hyundai Elantra Facelift Exteriors
One can say that Hyundai likes to play with designs and the facelifted Elantra will receive extensive design change as a whole. Revised front and rear bumpers, new triangular headlights, new LED tail lamps, improved fog light housing with a fresh design and the car will sit on a new set of alloy wheels. The signature cascading grille which we see, it will now be slimmer to enhance the look and appear aesthetically perfect.
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The plush seats of Elantra will still be the priority but now one can expect a re-designed cabin layout with a revised instrument cluster and updated steering wheel. We can expect the sedan to follow a dual-tone dashboard theme along with the passenger side electrically adjustable seat.
Expect the car to retain the large 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Blue-link technology which will be featured in the upcoming Hyundai Venue can also be expected with the facelifted version of Hyundai Elantra.
We can expect the facelifted version to come with BS-VI compliance engine to fit in with emission norms. Currently, the car comes with 2-engine options, one 2.0-litre petrol motor which churns out 151bhp with 190 Nm of torque. The turbocharged diesel engine sources its power from a 1.6-litre motor which generates 127bhp with 261 Nm of peak torque. Both the engines are mated to either a 6-speed manual or an automatic gearbox.
The revised Hyundai Elantra can be expected with a price hike more than its on-going model. Once launched the sedan will compete against the likes of Skoda Octavia, Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla Altis.